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  • Produced By: Under The Auspices Of:

    17 20 March, Abuja, Nigeria Strategic Conference and International Exhibition

    Nigeria Oil & Gas 2014

    Moving the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector to the Next Level

  • Under The Auspices Of:

    Moving the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector to the Next Level

    2 2013 CWC Group Ltd. This is a draft programme and subject to change. For further information please contact Simon Hoare, Producer

    & Project Manager NOG 2014, [email protected]

    Oil & Gas Finance Seminar Hosted by

    Monday 17 March 2014

    Transcorp Hilton Hotel

    08:00 Registration 08:00 Welcome Coffee hosted by Seminar Chairman: Tunde J Afolabi, MFR, President, Nigerian Association of Indigenous Petroleum Explorers and Producers (NAIPEC)

    09:00 Session 1: Access to Capital for Indigenous Oil and Gas Industry Growth What are the Challenges Faced by Industry and Financial Institutions?

    Understanding the regulatory environment governing Nigerian financial institutions what limits their capacity to lend?

    What parameters do financial institutions in Nigeria use to measure suitability for loans?

    How are Nigerian banks changing their risk profile and what impact will a growing African oil and gas industry have on Nigeria?

    How does the current operating environment impact indigenous SMEs looking to gain access to capital?

    What additional support is available to stakeholders seeking to increase their position in the Nigerian oil and gas industry?

    How do Nigerias high operating costs impact investment, competitiveness and access to capital?

    Keynote Addresses: Dr Bright Okogu, Director General, Budget Office of the Federation Paul N Eluhaiwe, Director, Development Finance Department, Central Bank of Nigeria Samuel Egube, Director Corporate Banking, Diamond Bank 'Mma Azubuike Okezie, Managing Director, Geomarine Systems Limited 10:30 Coffee Break

    11.00 Session 2: Panel Discussion: Is there a Mutually Acceptable Solution to Financing Challenges?

    How does Nigerias financing environment differ to international markets?

    What are the frequent barriers to capital experienced by industry and how can these be avoided?

    How can banks lower interest rates to encourage SME growth?

  • Under The Auspices Of:

    Moving the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector to the Next Level

    3 2013 CWC Group Ltd. This is a draft programme and subject to change. For further information please contact Simon Hoare, Producer

    & Project Manager NOG 2014, [email protected]

    What is the private sector doing to bring down the cost of business, spread risk and help bring down the cost of borrowing?

    Speakers: Senator Nkechi J Nwaogu, Chairman, Senate Committee on Gas Resources Dr Bright Okogu, Director General, Budget Office of the Federation Paul N Eluhaiwe, Director, Development Finance Department, Central Bank of Nigeria Samuel Egube, Director Corporate Banking, Diamond Bank Taofik Adegbite, Chief Executive Officer, Marine Platforms Oluseyi Oladapo, Chief Finance Officer, Pan Ocean Oil Corporation (Nigeria) Limited 'Mma Azubuike Okezie, Managing Director, Geomarine Systems Limited 13:00 Networking Lunch hosted by

    14:00 Official Conference Registration hosted by Location: ICC Exhibition Hall Foyer 17:00 Opening Ceremony and Cultural Evening hosted by Location: ICC Exhibition Hall Foyer 20:00 Opening Dinner hosted by Location: Transcorp Hilton Hotel

  • Under The Auspices Of:

    Moving the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector to the Next Level

    4 2013 CWC Group Ltd. This is a draft programme and subject to change. For further information please contact Simon Hoare, Producer

    & Project Manager NOG 2014, [email protected]

    Conference Day One: Tuesday 18 March 2014 07:30 Registration 07:30 Networking Breakfast hosted by 08:30 Opening Remarks by Conference Chairman: Dr Alirio Parra, Board Member, CWC Group Limited

    08:45 Session 1: Ministerial Address: State of the Industry: Achievements & Steps to the Next Level H.E. Diezani Alison-Madueke, Honourable Minister of Petroleum Resources, Federal Republic of Nigeria (Invited)

    09:30 Exhibition Tour & Networking Coffee Break hosted by

    11:00 Session 2: Nigerias Strategy to Maintain its Position as Africas Leading Producer

    Special Keynote Address: Andrew Yakubu, Group Managing Director, NNPC

    Growth Strategies for the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry; Driving Exploration and Boosting Reserve Levels George Osahon, Director, Department of Petroleum Resources

    Industry Addresses: Markus Droll, Vice President, Nigeria & Gabon, Shell Upstream International Wale Tinubu, Group Chief Executive, Oando Plc

    Global LNG Developments - What are the Opportunities for Nigeria? Babs Omotowa, Managing Director, Nigeria LNG Ltd

    12:30 Networking Lunch hosted by

    14:00 Session 3: What Must Be Done to Effectively & Efficiently Combat Crude Oil & Refined Product Bunkering?

    Keynote Address: H.E. (Dr) Emmanuel Uduaghan, Governor, Delta State & Chairman, National Economic Council on Crude Oil Theft

    Chairman: Niyi Ayoola-Daniels, President, International Institute for Petroleum, Energy Law and Policy (IIPELP)

  • Under The Auspices Of:

    Moving the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector to the Next Level

    5 2013 CWC Group Ltd. This is a draft programme and subject to change. For further information please contact Simon Hoare, Producer

    & Project Manager NOG 2014, [email protected]

    What has been done so far to tackle the crippling impact of bunkering?

    Will the passage of the PIB contribute to a reduction and what other solutions are there?

    Understanding the impact on refineries - crude availability, processing capacity and product distribution in-country

    What are the responsibilities of each stakeholder and how can communities be encouraged to take an active role in fighting oil theft?

    How can increased transparency positively impact oil theft? Speakers: Abiye Membere, Group Executive Director - Exploration & Production, NNPC Prince Haruna Momoh, Managing Director, Products and Pipeline Marketing Company (PPMC) Dr Philip Mshelbila, GM Communications, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited Ledum Mitee, Chairman, NEITI & Member, Presidential Committee on Crude Oil Theft Inemo Samiama, Country Director of Stakeholder Democracy Network (SDN) & Coordinator of the National Coalition against Gas Flaring and Oil Spills in the Niger Delta (NACGOND)

    15:30 Networking Coffee Break hosted by

    16:00 Session 4: Panel Discussion: Promoting Gas Monetisation & Power Industry Growth in Nigeria

    Ministerial Address: H.E. (Prof) Chinedu O Nebo, Honourable Minister of Power, Federal Republic of Nigeria

    Keynote Address: David Ige, Group Executive Director - Gas & Power, NNPC

    Chairman: Samuel Olumuyiwa Babatunde, Managing Director, OKLNG

    Where we are today, are all the pipelines in place?

    Will the PIB drive investment in Nigerias gas infrastructure and where will this come from?

    What is being done to encourage stranded and non-associated gas reserve development?

    Assessing current trends and future projections for gas demand on an international level what role can Nigeria play?

    Reviewing power industry reform and forecasted growth in the next five years, how will gas supply for power generation be guaranteed?

    Speakers: Dr Sam Amadi, Chairman/CEO, NERC r i on Group Coordinator - Corporate Planning & Strategy, NNPC Clement Oke, Senior Performance Monitor - Fuel to Power, Presidential Taskforce on Power Giuseppe Surace, West & Central Africa Regional Manager, Saipem Marco Caccavale, Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Leader, GE Oil & Gas, Nigeria Bunmi Obembe, Executive Director - Gas Business & Commercial, Total E&P Nigeria Limited

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  • Under The Auspices Of:

    Moving the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector to the Next Level

    6 2013 CWC Group Ltd. This is a draft programme and subject to change. For further information please contact Simon Hoare, Producer

    & Project Manager NOG 2014, [email protected]

    18:00 End of Conference Day One

    18:00 Drinks Reception hosted by Location: Nicon Luxury Poolside

    20:00 Gala Dinner, hosted by Location: Nicon Luxury

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  • Under The Auspices Of:

    Moving the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector to the Next Level

    7 2013 CWC Group Ltd. This is a draft programme and subject to change. For further information please contact Simon Hoare, Producer

    & Project Manager NOG 2014, [email protected]

    Conference Day Two: Wednesday 19 March 2014 08:00 Registration

    08:00 Welcome Coffee hosted by

    09:00 Special Keynote Address: Andrew Fawthrop, Chairman, Chevron Nigeria Limited

    09:20 Session 5: Nigeria Oil & Gas Leaders Panel: Discussing the Current Operating Environment & Outlook for the Future in Nigeria

    Chairman: Dr Alirio Parra, Board Member, CWC Group Ltd

    Will the PIB breathe new life into the Nigerian oil and gas industry, encouraging investment and driving greater E&P?

    Discussing the full impact of crude oil theft on production and the perception of Nigeria as a place to operate

    What are the next frontiers for the Nigerian oil and gas industry?

    How will

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